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Rough Trade Shops’ Top 100 LPs of 2017

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

It’s officially End-of-the-Year list season as Rough Trade Shops — always first out of the gate — have announced their Top 100 Albums of 2017…

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INTERVIEW | The Greatest Hoax

Source: Blisspop » DC Music

The Greatest Hoax, pseudonym used by Taylor Jordan, is a climate scientist and ambient, post classical pianist who creates stunning and notable chill out music. His compositions explore the crossroads of ambient, classical and electronic music.  He released his debut seven track album, Enso, in November 2015 and in March he released an EP titled, Special Cases. I had the pleasure

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: A Winged Victory for the Sullen at First Unitarian Church, The Get Up Kids at Chameleon Club, Galactic at Electric Factory and more…

Source: The Key (WXPN)

A Winged Victory for the SullenNeo-classical duo A Winged Victory for the Sullen perform at the First Unitarian Church tonight. Stars of the Lid’s Adam Wiltzie and classical composer Dustin O’Halloran released their first collaborative LP in 2011, after which Royal Ballet choreographer Wayne McGregor … Continued

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Daydreaming Playlist

Source: All Things Go

Daydreaming. You do it everyday. Might as well give it a good soundtrack.

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Tonight’s Concert Picks: Arcade Fire at Wells Fargo Center, A Winged Victory for the Sullen at First Unitarian Church, and The Internet at the TLA

Source: The Key (WXPN)

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Celebrating their fourth album Reflektor, indie rock heavyweights Arcade Fire will light up the Wells Fargo Center stage tonight. With three years separating each of their LP releases, the band hasn’t rushed to maintain momentum due to success and critical acclaim. They take their time when it comes to new material. After releasing Reflektor and scoring Spike Jonze’s Her, the band is bigger now than ever before. Watch them perform “Afterlife” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon below and get tickets here.

Gearing up for their new EP release ATOMOS VII ...

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